Feb 9, 2013 6:00pm EST
nanking, 1937, was what? >> guest: that was when the japanese troops entered the city of nanking and, again, just like the death march, this crazy evil took over, and they spent systematically murdering and raping hundred -- almost 100,000 women. it was another one of the great atrocities of world war ii. c-span: were -- were any american nurses ever raped by the japanese? >> guest: they were not. there was an attempted rape on corregidor by a japanese soldier after the surrender. one of the things the nurses -- and they had no guideline to go by, nothing to follow, so they said, 'look, we're gonna stay together as a group.' they figured there'd be safety in numbers. and they all slept in this one lateral, one tunnel. but one of the nurses decided she was gonna sleep someplace else, and one night a japanese soldier climbed over the -- the wall and tried to rape her. she escaped. but that was as nearest as any sexual assault happened with the nurses. c-span: what -- do you know the name of that nurse? >> guest: yes. it was mary brown menzies. c-span: is she still alive? >> guest: she'
Feb 23, 2013 6:00pm EST
after you die. and the rest of them had their money in savings, and i said, 'how can you be in a city like new york and not understand that you can be a player, you can be involved?' we keep talking about being a people of poverty. we're not a people of poverty. we have to learn to take advantage of opportunities. so i started one investment club, and they grew--it grew so fast that we had to s--kind of branch out. now we have 12 clubs. they focus on various areas, one in tel--telecommunications, real estate, utilities. everything the market is involved in, we have a club, basically, that deals with it, and--and it's been very good, very positive as a learning experience. c-span: you point out in your book, though, that the bible says that money is the root of all evil. how do you teach--how do you teach the--the--the money thing? >> guest: well--well, the bible says the love of money is the root of all evil. c-span: ah. >> guest: it's a matter of priority. it's a matter of where you put your treasure and how you manage that treasure, so that if money becomes your predominant guiding